Mexican charro saddle
Riding horse with charro saddle, Camino Real, Ajijic, Lake Chapala, Mexico. Hose saddles vary considerable around the world. The Mexican charro saddle evolved from the Spanish saddle brought to the Americas by the conquistador Herman Cortes. But the Spanish saddle did not have a horn, which is a Mexican invention. This allows a rope to be hung over and thrown from the iconic charro saddle horn. Compared to a Western saddle, the charro saddle has a wider seat and a bigger horn, and it's constructed with leather strings holding it together.
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